Impossible to fail
You don't win with better algorithms or data. You win by framing problems in a way that makes it impossible to screw things up.
I don't remember where or when I heard Naval Ravikant tell this story, but it stuck with me since then.
He talks about building life in a way where luck doesn't play a role. If he were to replay his life in 1,000 parallel universes, he'd want to end up wealthy in 999.
I like this idea. I sometimes think about it whenever I want to be intentional (which I …